Gucci Mane continues to roll out new music ahead of Friday’s release of Everybody Looking.
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Gucci Mane continues to roll out new music leading up to the release of his Everybody Looking album on July 22.
Peewee Longway Feat. Gucci Mane
Another day, another new collab between Guwop and one of the young acts he ushered into the game. Two days ago, Gucci appeared alongside Migos on "Now" and also shared a new Southside-produced solo track, "Multi Millionaire Laflare," which surprisingly isn't included on the tracklist for his upcoming album, Everybody Looking, due out July 22.
Gucci Mane Feat. Young Thug
Just hours after liberating "Multi Millionaire LaFlare," Gucci Mane delivers yet another new track: "Guwop Home."
Future & Maceo
It's been a while since Lil Mexico's own Maceo came through with some new music, his last track being the TM88-produced single -- "MCM Bag" -- that he dropped at the end of last year. The Freebandz signee is now back in a major way, as he has appeared next to Future as well as Zaytoven, one of his boss' favorite producers, on a new collaborative single entitled "Havin It."
Philthy Rich Feat. Skeme & Sauce Walka
Marshawn Lynch's favorite rapper Philthy Rich has earned a reputation as the "Gucci Mane of the Bay" for his street cred and La Flare-esque output. He joins forces with Gucci's most trusted collaborator Zaytoven on a new cash anthem "Numbers," debuted on this glorious Friday in an HNHH premiere.
Shy Glizzy & FAT TREL
The respective leaders of the Glizzy Gang and the Slutty Boyz have united for a new paper chaser's anthem entitled "Checklist." For their new collab, Shy Glizzy and Fat Trel call upon an Atlanta maestro in Zaytoven for the invigorating, piano-heavy production. Zay produced the entirety of Glizzy's September mixtape, For Trappers Only, so it's no surprise that he sounds right at home in the DMV on "Checklist."
Young Scooter & Young Dolph
The streets have been asking for a joint mixtape from Young Scooter and Young Dolph. The demand has been overwhelming; after a few months of preparation, the duo is finally ready to give the people what they want. Friday afternoon, Scooter and Dolph shared a new money-stackin' anthem called "Count Up," the first single from their upcoming tape Black Migo Paper Route. Scooter and Dolph are open to changing the name if they come across a better one, so feel free to tweet your submissions in their direction.
Jace has impressed with his latest string of weekly Friday releases. "Lil Tape" was particularly hot. Today, Jace taps the Atlanta triumvirate of Zaytoven, Sonny Digital, and TrapMoneyBenny to produce his newest banger "Oh No. Jace does what he does best and flexes on his exes, of whom there appear to be many. "Oh no" is not an earnest cry of despair, but rather a mockery of anyone and everyone who has ever gotten on Jace's bad side.
Piss Codeine (Remix)
Philthy Rich Feat. Kevin Gates, Young Dolph & Icewear Vezzo
It's a cross-country ode to the neon syrup on the all-star remix of Philthy Rich's hit single "Piss Codeine." The song, the lead track on his February album Real N*ggas Back in Style, has become one of the biggest-ever hits for the Oakland up-and-comer, and it's now been given the remix it deserves.
We Don't Know
About a month since his last self-released track, "Go," Sonny Digital has returned with the Zaytoven-produced "We Don't Know." As he's already proven his ability to rap over his own productions, it's been exciting to see Sonny try his skills at beats from other top-notch ATL producers.
Trouble Feat. Quavo, Young Thug & Skippa Da Flippa
Trouble reminded us of his hit-making ability with Fetty Wap collaboration "Anyway / Everyday," and the stacked "Ready (Remix)," and his new mixtape, Skoobzilla, lives up to the promise of the singles.
Check It Out
In true Chief Keef fashion, a new record has randomly surfaced online tonight called “Check It Out,” and its reportedly produced by Zaytoven.
MFN Right (Remix)
2 Chainz Feat. Lil Wayne
Prior to the release of his joint project with Lil Wayne, Collegrove, 2 Chainz had been riding relatively high off the success of his the uber catchy "MFN Right," which appeared on his solo mixtape Felt Like Cappin. The song features relatively simple production from Mike WiLL and Zaytoven, carried by a flute melody and sparse keys, as well as relatively simple lyrics, but to great effect.
Hard Time Tryna Whack Me
It seems like 2016 is finally going to be the year when Trouble gets his due respect.
J $tash Feat. Rich The Kid
Earlier this month, Rich the Kid announced his new label Rich Forever Music and quickly revealed the signing of Chicago's Famous Dex. He's now added another artist to the roster, Florida-via-NY rapper J $tash. Rich shows up on Stash's new single, "Bricks" -- his first on Rich Forever -- and the beat comes from the always reliable Zaytoven.
SAFE Feat. Nessly
OVO Sound Radio is currently live on Beats 1, and tonight's special guest, OVO's newly signed R&B act dvsn., just took over the decks. As usual, the episode kicked off with a mix from Oliver El-Khatib, and though the OVO co-founder didn't share any exclusives from within his camp, he did premiere a new cut from buzzing Toronto rapper SAFE.
Young Scooter Feat. Young Dolph
It's been a fairly quiet 2016 for Young Scooter. At the beginning of the year, he hinted at a joint mixtape with Future, his boss at Freebandz. It now a solo tape will come before that, as the Black Migo Gang leader has announced that he will release Street Lottery 3 on April 11. With the announcement comes the tape's first single, "Real," featuring the "King of Memphis," aka Young Dolph.
Migos fans received some potentially scary news last night, as Offset was arrested for driving with a suspended license and was taken back to jail. Luckily, he was released this morning, and in celebration of his quick (compared to last time) return, Migos have dropped a new track.
Lil Uzi Vert Feat. Rich The Kid & Omelly
While his Don Cannon-produced single "Money Longer" continues to pick up airplay, Lil Uzi Vert has dropped off a new track featuring his good friend Rich the Kid as well as a fellow Philly native in Omelly, who was last heard on the most recent Drake diss put out by his Dreamchasers boss.